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Surgical Updates on Treating Children with OI - Dr. Richard Kruse
Our bodies are soooo special, amazing and wise
Do U listen to your body's needs for care,
Do U treat your body with pleasure
Do U ever ask your body what it wants to do?
Why wait for pain to tell us what to do?
Annette and Jade have much to share about
tuning in to our bodies' needs
Annette and Jade will also discuss
how we stop the body's communication.
Even more importantly they will also share
how we can make space to hear and heal this?
This is Jade's final appearance for 2015
We invite U to join in the fun and learning
Tune in as Video Broadcast Services President Marcia Hawkins and Vice President Kyle Clouse discuss the importance of treating your sales team with respect.
What motivates your sales team?
What tools do they need to be successful?
What team building activities are you planning and are they getting the results you're looking for?
These are just a few of the things that will be discussed in today's show. Learn the strategies to creating a cohesive environment in your work space that motivates, inspires and leads to greater sales.
Gaps in Care/ Information in Treating Adults with OI - Dr. Laura Tosi
On January 13, my guest will be Dr. Christopher Trahan from Olympus Center. Dr. Trahan holds a Doctorate in Oriental Medicine, is a Licensed Acupuncturist, and is nationally board certified in Chinese Herbal Medicine; he is a classically trained Homeopathic physician registered with the National Center for Homeopathy. He integrates Chinese and Western herbs, homeopathy, and nutrition with his practice of Acupuncture in the Flatiron district of Manhattan.
He has over thirty years of clinical practice and trained in China and Sri Lanka, as well as in the United States (California, New Mexico, and New York). Dr. Trahan has served on the faculty of the International Institute of Chinese Medicine (Santa Fe, NM) and the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (NYC). He has also taught courses in Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Chinese and Western Herbal Medicine, Classical Homeopathy, and Acupressure and Tui Na at the Olympus Center.
He served as lead acupuncturist in an asthma research study headed by Dr. Lewis Mehl-Madrona in association with Beth-Israel Hospital. Dr. Trahan has appeared on TV, radio, in print, and continues to lecture.
The Olympus Center in New York City maintains a comprehensive western and Chinese herbal and homeopathic pharmacy along with three treatment rooms for acupuncture and other therapies.
Dr. Jerry sat with us once again for another live expert Q&A.
Whether you want to know about treating your child or need advice for a newly diagnosed family, Dr. Jerry is here to #ChatAutism with you! In this podcast he will answer questions about sensory issues, meltdowns, older kids and genetics.
About Dr. Jerry Kartzinel:
Dr. Jerry is not only a board certified pediatrician but also a father of four boys, one of whom has been diagnosed with autism. He is the NY Times best seller of "Healing and Prevention of Autism" and dedicates his time to helping others with neurodevelopmental, chronic neuro-inflamatory diseases, and hormonal dysfunctions. Dr. Jerry treats each individual based on his/her medical history and personal labratories. He then explores treatment using convential and complimentary medicines.
Have a question for Dr. Jerry? Feel free to post your questions to our Facebook page or tweet them to us using the hashtag #ChatAutism.
Learn more about Dr. Jerry Kartzinel at www.mendingautism.com and check out his line of supplements at www.kartzinelwellness.com.
In this segment we will actually be narrating the entire written protocol for treating Lyme and Chronic Infections. Each and every word will be said.
We realize that reading is very difficult for us to comprehend how to perform BVT properly.
It seems like Amber & I are seeing many of the same questions, again & again. We want to teach you how to fish for information and provide you the needed resources for this essential information.
Please listen to this episode again, and again, and again....it often takes 3 to 6 times to understand & retain all the data.
I personally have concerns that as BVT grows (which it will with her new book Pioneers: Pioneers: Healing Lyme With Bee Venom Therapy) within the Lyme and other communities, Amber will burn out and not bee able to keep personally answering all the same questions a hundred times.
We want to help, we want to answer your questions ~ that's why we offer the radio show as a means to let you continue to learn. So listen up and take note, we're gonna turn ya into a fisherman!!!
I strongly encourage you all to utilize this information, take advantage of it and fish for yourselves.
This is a LIVE show just like our LIVE bees which offer us 100% of the healing effects of the venom. I hope you'll create an BlogTalkRadio account and join in this conversation. Post your questions on the wall and we'll answer them on the show!
A Washington State police officer turned psychologist looks at the treatment of first responders who are just expected to deal with it in the aftermath of some pretty nasty and traumatic work.
Loreli Thompson, PhD also counsels victims of trauma and violence. Join us as we look at the world of the first responder.
Robots in the operating room aren't something out of science fiction ... they're a reality. Surgeons are using robots to assist them in a growing number of surgeries ... including heart valve repair and hysterectomy. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, cardiac surgeon Dr. Joseph Dearani explains how robots are helping to make operations less […]
Join speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of www.teachmetotalk.com for this week's podcast.
Today's guest is Monae Mayurama, SLP from Las Vegas. She's developed her own interactive books that she uses in small group sessions with preschoolers. I learned about Monae from an SLP I met several years ago while teaching one of my courses in Georgia. She sent me this glowing email about Monae's work:
"I started to work in the schools this year and work with an amazing speech therapist Monae. She has taught me so much about working with autistic children, especially in a small group setting. This has always been a challenge for me, but she has a true gift.
She has authored and designed an entire series of interactive books and uses them so beautifully in small group lessons to target so many language goals. She has an amazing way of including imitation and receptive targets in her group sessions.
I told her about the work that you do... I also thought she would be an AMAZING guest on your podcast to explain how she is able to target language goals in a group setting and how she is able to work with children on so many levels at once since this is an area of difficulty for many of us."
I'm excited to hear Monae's strategies and I know you will be too!
Here's the post at teachmetotalk.com with more information about her books and favorite songs:
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Eric Carr focuses on patent litigation. Prior to joining Collins Edmonds, Eric gained patent experience while working at the USPTO. During law school, Eric worked at a Dallas patent litigation boutique and Acacia Research Group. Eric also provided patent litigation support for Personal Audio. Eric’s worked with a broad range of technologies, including e-commerce, wireless communications, information storage and retrieval systems, HVAC systems, and medical devices
Eric was on the SMU Science & Technology Law Review and competed in patent litigation moot court (Giles S. Rich). Eric was President of the SMU Intellectual Property Organization.
J.D., 2015, Southern Methodist University
B.S., 2011, Texas A&M University (Mechanical Engineering)
U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
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American Bar Association
Houston Intellectual Property Lawyers Association
American Intellectual Property Lawyers Association
Eric was very instrumental in helping us secure our "MOONDOWEAR" Trade Mark Stamp. What a remarkable young lawyer on the rise. His future so bright, he needs sunglasses from all the opportunities coming his way. I can't thank SMU Dedman School of Law Clinic and Eric Carr, for treating the "MOONDOWORLD" FAMILY with the upmost respect and class and I'm grateful and honored to be part of the SMU family. Thanks Eric, my new found friend, supporter and of course, SUPER PATENT AGENT!!. ON THE NEXT "MOONDO-WORLD" SHOW!!!